JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOB
FUNCTIONS: Under the direction of the Dean, this
position convenes with College of Pharmacy leaders to coordinate
initiatives that promote equity, inclusion, and diversity for
faculty, staff, and students; curriculum and co-curriculum; and the
enhancement of patients/population care. Advises leaders on issues
relating to diversity, cultural sensitivities, and health
inequities. Addresses cultural awareness needs that could be
implemented to support the pharmacy program and student learning
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Leads and supports highly visible educational events and
activities for the college community and the public.
Creates and contributes training programs to educate the
College, preceptors, alumni, and stakeholders.
Establishes equity, diversity, and inclusion counseling
services for faculty, staff, and students.
Meets with students individually to address concerns and serve
as a resource.
Organizes activities and presents issues to critical
stakeholders responsible for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Engages in scholarly activities that includes
writing/publishing articles and obtaining funding.
Participates in and presents at national conferences and
develops a national presence in pharmacy organizations.
Formulates strategies and policies to bring awareness to and
promote equity, inclusivity, and diversity.
Congregates with the College leadership to increase equity,
inclusivity, and diversity among faculty, staff, and students.
Meets with the Office of Student Affairs to establish student
policies and practices that promote the College's initiatives
concerning student recruitment, admissions, and
Convenes with the Office of Academic Affairs to create
curricular and co-curricular programs and student policies and
practices that promote the College's initiatives relating to the
Doctor of Pharmacy curriculum, student progression, and leadership
Collaborates with University leadership and community to
increase diversity, exchange information on best practices, and
avoid duplication of efforts.
Assembles with the Office of Assessment to maintain metrics and
prepare reports for leadership on the assessment of equity,
inclusion, and diversity initiatives.
Serves as an ex-officio member of the College's Equity,
Inclusivity, and Diversity Advisory Board.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
EDUCATION: PhD, PharmD, EdD, or JD
in related field required. (TRANSCRIPT
EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of experience
leading diversity and inclusion initiatives, preferably in an
education setting. (Experience with the development and
implementation of training programs for faculty, staff, and
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Ability to communicate effectively in person and on the phone
with people of different backgrounds and nationalities.
Ability to work without supervision.
Ability to take initiative and multi-task.
Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite: WORD, PowerPoint, and
Excellent communication skills (written and oral).
Ability to exhibit personable and patient behavior.
Ability to display passion concerning student and College
Ability to set benchmarks, analyze data, and assess progress
towards institutional priorities.
Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet
Strong analytical, problem-solving, and leadership skills.
Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when
official transcript or documentation to verify education must be
submitted in a sealed envelope to the Human Resources Department
prior to first day of employment if selected for a